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What are letters of administration?

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When an estate is opened by a personal representative, the court will issue letters of administration appointing that person as the personal representative. Once they have the letters of administration, that’s basically the order from the court allowing them to have access to the decedent’s assets including bank accounts, real property, life insurance benefits and any other assets that the decedent may own at the time of their death.

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